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GDoN “Rare 2 bedroom, 1.5 bath condo in classic Logan Circle row home” edition (reader request)

by Prince Of Petworth September 29, 2016 at 12:25 pm 10 Comments

1224-13th-street-nw

This unit is located at 1224 13th Street, NW. The listing says:

“Rare 2 bedroom, 1 1/2 bath condo in classic Logan Circle row home. Terrace level with private entry. Functions well as 1 and den. Tons of natural light. Beautiful granite counters, gas fireplace, hardwoods. Easy walk to P St. Whole Foods, 14th St. Corridor, K St. corridor, Shaw and more!”

inside

You can see more photos here.

This 2 bed/1.5 bath is going for $480,000 ($300 monthly fee.)

  • Kingman Park

    Would be worth it enough just to live in that building.

  • anon

    Classic row house? I’d call it a lonely row house, lonely for the rest of its row. Even if it was originally flanked by the alley on one side.

    • Anon

      You do realize that “classic” and “lonely” aren’t mutually exclusive, right?

  • ***

    It’s like the DC version of UP!

    • los

      +1

  • Anonymous

    The WaPo recently did an article about “holdout” property owners. The story of this building was not included but a picture of it was. Curious whether the price is somewhat discounted given the location. Seems like $500k is low for a 2 bedroom condo near Logan Circle.

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/wonk/wp/2016/09/20/the-little-misfit-buildings-that-make-cities-wonderful-and-hold-them-back/

    • 18th Street

      Yeah, the price is low. It’s a first floor which hurts (you can’t really use your windows well).

      • E

        I would call this a basement unit, and a fairly exposed one at that. It looks like both bedrooms’ window sills are basically level with the alley pavement and you’d have vehicles driving by literally about 12 inches away … the unit looks well maintained inside and the location is terrific, but it’s a heck of a tradeoff, imo.

    • textdoc

      Interesting — thanks for the link.

  • dc1234

    I live next door and you can see directly into the unit from the street quite easily. It’s been staged – the family that moved out definitely did not have it looking like that. Sure the location is great but it’s very exposed!

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